Manchester United player Paul Pogba took responsibility for Manchester United loss to Arsenal on Sunday.
The Frenchman handed down a penalty after fouling Hector Bellerin with Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made no mistake on the spot in what was the only goal of the match.
Speaking after the game, Pogba said: “My mistake, I shouldn’t do that. I have to be better in the box defensively. When you run forward and back, a player runs behind you.
“When you get in the box, you have to be… not cleverer – in French, the word is lucid. I don’t know the word in English but I have to be fresher in the box, on my feet.
“Details made us lose the game and we have to be better. We have to do better with the ball because we weren’t dangerous with the ball today.
“We didn’t create chances, as we should, and we didn’t win at home. That’s what we need to do. We need to win at home, you know?”
3 – Paul Pogba has conceded three penalties in the Premier League under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, while no other Manchester United player has conceded more than one. Discipline. pic.twitter.com/ZXL2OrWAxp
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